Review: Hounds Of Love

Director: Ben Young Stars: Emma Booth, Stephen Curry, Ashleigh Cummings The world outside is subdued. It's half-asleep. Practically comatose. Director Ben Young shows us this with scattered use of stylish, aesthetically pleasing ultra-slow motion. Girls play netball in suspended animation or suburban sprinkler systems erupt droplets that might never land. That's how it seems to …

Review: Dunkirk

Director: Christopher Nolan Stars: Fionn Whitehead, Aneurin Barnard, Tom Hardy Time. Time spent waiting. Time warped by distance. Time forgotten. Dream time. Christopher Nolan's cinema is an arena in which time is a constant preoccupation, repeatedly manipulated, palpated, stretched or re-sequenced as though the British director were trying to eclipse its influence through sheer will. …

Review: Song To Song

Director: Terrence Malick Stars: Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender Former cinematic recluse Terrence Malick has had a surge in creativity over the course of this decade unlike anything in his career previously, though the fruits of this late bloom have divided his audience; those that are charmed by his lighter-than-air touch and fondness for …

Review: The Beguiled

Director: Sofia Coppola Stars: Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Kirsten Dunst The arrival of a new Sofia Coppola film is always cause for excitement. With the triptych of The Virgin Suicides, Lost In Translation and (the poorly received but enduring) Marie Antoinette she confirmed herself a major talent in American filmmaking, tapping into a thoughtful feminine ennui with her …